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The Talk Show Host And The Goblin

Welcome to the Art&Seek Artist Spotlight. Every Thursday, here and on KERA FM, we’ll explore the personal journey of a different North Texas creative. As it grows, this site, artandseek.org/spotlight, will eventually paint a collective portrait of our artistic community. Check out all the artists we’ve profiled.

Director-choreographer John de Los... | Read More

The Talk Show Host And The Goblin

Welcome to the Art&Seek Artist Spotlight. Every Thursday, here and on KERA FM, we’ll explore the personal journey of a different North Texas creative. As it grows, this site, artandseek.org/spotlight, will eventually paint a collective portrait of our artistic community. Check out all the artists we’ve profiled.

Director-choreographer John de Los... | Read More

The Talk Show Host And The Goblin

Welcome to the Art&Seek Artist Spotlight. Every Thursday, here and on KERA FM, we’ll explore the personal journey of a different North Texas creative. As it grows, this site, artandseek.org/spotlight, will eventually paint a collective portrait of our artistic community. Check out all the artists we’ve profiled.

Director-choreographer John de Los... | Read More

The Big Screen: Thin Line Preview

Denton’s annual Thin Line Fest plays documentaries in an effort to examine the “thin line” between fact and fiction. The festival also features photography and music, and this week we preview the film component with its programmer. Among the films that jumped off the schedule for us:

Elk River Sessions – Twenty musicians from Denton head to a cabin in the Ozarks to... | Read More

A Look Ahead At The Week’s Art&Seek Picks

The Art&Seek calendar regularly posts close to 1,000 events online.  Don’t know where to start? Try doing a search by date or by categories. There’s a category for arts, books, dance, music,  museums, theater, and Radio-TV-Film.  Whether you’re looking for something new and daring to do or something familiar and comfy you can find it here. Here are a few suggestions to... | Read More

Art&Seek Jr: Hit The Reset Button With These Unique Events

When I was a tween, my absolute favorite book in the whole world was “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.” It’s the coming-of-age story of Francie, a poor, but aspirational 11-year-old girl, who lives in  Brooklyn at the turn of the century. The book chronicles Francie’s formative years in the slums of New York and her struggle to achieve her dreams. Besides being a really... | Read More

Art&Seek Flickr Photo Of The Week

Congratulations to Devin Rodgers of Arlington, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest. Devin is a multiple winner of our little contest. His last win was in October  2016, and he follows last week’s winner, Bo Dudas of Schaumburg, Illinois.

If you would like to participate in the Flickr Photo of the Week contest, all you need to do is upload your photo... | Read More

Vignette Art Fair

Artists and collectors from around the world are coming to the Dallas Art Fair this weekend. And that’s inspired a group of women to start their own art fair. It’s called Vignette and it features the work of Texas women artists. For this week’s State of the Arts conversation, I sat down Jessica Ingle, president of Vignette, and Erin Murphy, of the San Antonio Museum of Art,... | Read More

‘The Power Of Gold’ At The DMA

The Dallas Museum of Art opened a new exhibition this week, ‘The Power of Gold: Asante Royal Regalia from Ghana’ — an opening marked by the cordial, ceremonial visit of Daasebre Osei Bonsu II, Mamponghene, the second-in-command in the Asante traditional hierarchy, and his entourage, including his wife.

Standing: Roslyn Walker, curator of... | Read More

Dallas Is Getting A New Cultural Plan. Here’s Where We Are In The Process.

Welcome to the Art&Seek Artist Spotlight. Every Thursday, here and on KERA FM, we’ll explore the personal journey of a different North Texas creative. As it grows, this site, artandseek.org/spotlight, will eventually paint a collective portrait of our artistic community. Check out all the artists we’ve profiled.

Photo via Dallas Cultural... | Read More

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